My first degree was in education. I love teaching the basics of courses such as Accounting and Business. I have taught Adult Ed, Associate Degree programs and Bachelor Degree programs, and have tutored many students over the years from the Adult Ed, through Master Programs. I have been an adjunct for many colleges in Maine.
I am patient, creative and friendly. Many of my students tell me that I explain concepts more effectively than their teachers. I am available weekdays or weekends, days or nights, throughout the entire year. In addition to teaching in person, I also use Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, Appear.in, interactive whiteboards, attachments (PDF, Word, Excel), and Slack, a remote desktop program.
I graduated from Kaplan University in 2015. I have a BS in Business Administration. I have also been teaching science at Wilson & Young medal of honor middle school for the last two school years. I have a generalist 4-8 certification.
I combine my theoretical knowledge of the relevant subject matter (Accounting, Management, Strategy, etc.) with my "real world" and "practical" personality, to deliver a lasting teaching message to my students. The goal is to make you "understand" rather than simply "remember long enough to pass the test".
PhD, Global Leadership Fort Wayne, IN Indiana Institute of Technology, Fort Wayne, Indiana Specializations: Global Leadership and Organizational Management Dissertation: “The Experiences of Employee Work-life Balance and Job Satisfaction in a Cross-cultural Environment” - Committee Members: Dr. Brenda C. Williams (Chair), Dr. Mary A. Bradshaw & Dr.
I have Ph.D. in Management and an MBA in Finance and Investment and I work with doctoral, masters and bachelors students in Business and Finance. I look at the students learning styles and adapt to the seven learning styles My methodology is presenting both theoretical and practical application.
My name is Aima Jeffresswood, I spent five years as a stressed out doctoral student until I achieved my doctoral candidacy in 2016, and graduated within the top five of my cohort the same year. Since 2011, I have assisted and tutored graduate-level health sciences students; particularly in research projects research methods; leadership-management conceptualization and implementation.
B.A. Education Northeastern Illinois M.S.A. Roosevelt University M.S.B. Johns Hopkins University Enrolled Agent (E.A.) Internal Revenue Service Guest speaker at Harvard Law School on Global Finance. I have also written training material in accounting, auditing and finance for various foreign countries.
I approach teaching as a dialogue. It is a give and take. Otherwise, how can you judge mastery of the concepts at hand? Also, a dialogue makes for a more interesting session for both teacher and student. Most importantly, in the business classes, I will teach you to apply theory to real life.
I am a PhD Accounting holder with masters in Accounting as well. I teach students based on teacher student interaction, while I bring real life scenario for discussion. I am very patient with my students and always wanted to hear "Aha I got it" from my students.
I have learned that the first step to teaching is focusing on the needs of each learner. I strive to understand each student’s communication and learning styles, goals and interests, and limitations. I then interact with each student in a way that will make them most comfortable and receptive to the course material.
I firmly believe that every student has their own pace in learning and understanding things. With subject like human resources and business, I make sure that I include a lot of examples to support the theories. I make sure that I include fun activities that also contribute to learning , in my teaching methodology.
I approach the lessons by focusing on what the student wants to learn about. Students have distinct wants and needs and the benefit of the class can be diminished if the lessons are not oriented to the students individuality.
Teaching Philosophy I believe that to be most effective as an instructor, one must create an environment that is interactive and collaborative that promotes problem-solving and critical thinking skills. This type of environment accommodates a variety of learning styles and encourages students to present their opinions while respecting the opinions of others.
My teaching methodology is to learn about the student first and then give a more real world approach to theories. I find giving real world experiences makes things easier to learn. I am a patient person who understands the difficulty of learning complex topics.
My educational background is in business where I have both a BS and MS in Business and Economics. My professional background has varied in different fields and business categories. I have worked with many non-profit and for-profit organizations and I have experience in both the production and the services industries.
I have worked in the financial services industry for over 15 years. Most recently I led a corporate learning unit that services over 5,000 employees. Before that, over 12,000. I have substantial business and real world experience, combined with in depth knowledge of adult learning theories and capabilities. I can help you learn the things you need to know, that aren't always in a textbook.
Big Ten an Big 12, I have a bachelor degree from Iowa State University (Big 12) and a MBA from Northwestern (Big 10).
My philosophy of teaching has evolved from 12+ years of undergrad and graduate level teaching experience.
BS in Finance - LSU MBA - University of Phoenix I have twenty years experience in manufacturing, budgeting, project analysis, and managerial accounting. I help students learn by doing so they can apply theory to real world scenarios, allowing them to understand the material in a more permanent manner.
My teaching method is to break down certain topics to make them easy to understand and remember. I focus on the process and relate it to real life instances in order to be able to help the student thoroughly retain information.
MBA Marketing - Wharton BBA Finance - University of Texas at Austin High-performing Strategic Marketing leader with proven success analyzing and reporting on macro-econimic trends, planning and annual goal setting. B2B and B2C focus in nearly all major channels of distribution. Background in capturing market share through end-user insights and launch integration.
Knowledge and experience of over 40 years as marketing consultancy and teaching at major universities have shown me the best way to do tutoring. Besides, the fact of having Spanish as my first and native language is enough to make it easy for me to be a tutor.
I'm an educated restaurant manager who specializes in marketing and food beverage and labor cost controls. My lessons consist of case studies, problem solving, PowerPoint presentations, and specialized custom lessons. I have experience in teaching and tutoring college level students.
My educational experiences and qualifications include; The noteworthy and infamous, Cass Technical High School, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and an MBA in E-Commerce, E-Business applications. Corporate Training and Facilitator. Business strategist, providing BIG DATA analytics. I am also a contracted Course writer.
I completed my Diploma Business Studies with Hong Kong Polytechnic (now Hing Kong PolyUniversity) in 1992; then graduated with my Master Business Administration with University of Hull, UK in 1995.
I will look at your situation and find the best technique to teach you so you can get maximum knowledge and exposure on how to market your business, ideas, and products. While also teaching on what to watch and look for to keep improving your marketing, maintain, and grow your customer base.
I am Ethan McKenzie, A college student who is still learning to this day and I base my classes on what the individual student is currently needing help with and what the student feels he/she needs improvement or assistance in.
I am very much a personal instructor -- I used, for example, Power Point to assist me in my instruction. I vary how I convey information to students (sometimes by lecture and sometimes by practical examples).
I approach and each topic based on student needs and understanding. We all learn differently and I have found that by first listening and learning, I can then begin a dialogue to help create the best environment necessary to create a positive and lasting learing experience.
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